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Agenda is your Saturday morning fix of art, politics, news and trash from a feminist perspective. Presented by Katie Winten and Isabelle Hore-Thorburn; the brains behind Women In The Arts. Produced by Mari Stuart.

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EP 75 HABITS & BIG HEART ENERGY

This week we were joined by Melbourne duo HABITS to chat about the launch of their second EP SALTY at Freda's on June 30. Plus, we debated the latest internet obsession Big Dick Energy and why we're pushing for Big Heart Energy as the less gender-essentialist alternative.

EP 74 AMAZING BABES & ACCESS IN THE ARTS

This week we got excited over the newly announced Daria reboot and the suprise joint album from Jay-Z and Beyonce, Everything Is Love. For Thoughts That Count we looked at the importance of community radio and spoke to broadcaster and educator Namila Benson ahead of her appearance at Amazing Babes for Emerging Writer's Festival in Melbourne. We were also joined by Emily Dash and Sarah-Vyne Vassallo to chat about access in the arts and their recent panel Inclusive Cultures.

EP 73 QUEER ELDERS & PERFORMING IN HEELS

We were also joined by Adolfo Aranjuez, editor-in-chief of Archer Magazine to chat about the latest issue exploring history and identity. For more from Adolfo Aranjuez read his essay The Abstraction of Priviledge on RightNow.org.au!

EP 72 TEEN MAGS & MARXIST ACTIVEWEAR

This week we were joined by Amy Middleton, founder of Archer Magazine to chat about independent print and her approach to publishing inclusive stories about sexuality, gender and identity. We also spoke to Justin Wolfers co-editor of The Lifted Brow and writer Lauren Carroll Harris, who's essay, "A Basically Marxist Analysis on the Rise of Activewear", features in the magazine's 38th issue. And for Thoughts That Count we looked back at the magazines that shaped our teen years, and the importance of Dolly Doctor.

EP 71 SUPERHEROES & BLACKIE BLACKIE BROWN

This week we were joined by Amy Middleton, founder of Archer Magazine to chat about independent print and her approach to publishing inclusive stories about sexuality, gender and identity. We also spoke to Justin Wolfers co-editor of The Lifted Brow and writer Lauren Carroll Harris, who's essay, "A Basically Marxist Analysis on the Rise of Activewear", features in the magazine's 38th issue. And for Thoughts That Count we looked back at the magazines that shaped our teen years, and the importance of Dolly Doctor.

EP 70 ROYAL WEDDINGS & ELECTRIC FIELDS

This week we were joined by Zaachariaha Fielding & Micheal Ross from Electric Fields ahead of their Sydney Opera House performance with Kuren on May 27 as part of Vivid Sydney. Plus, Agenda family member Ohni Blu spoke to Filipinx artist Eme (http://emeeme.work/), whose work engages with ideas of personal, social and cultural matters through a participatory practice, ahead of their upcoming event Usapan Sa La Mesa on June 1 at the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.

EP 69 MENTORSHIPS & TAURUS SEASON

This week we heard all about all about mentorships with Jessica Bineth from Audiocraft ahead of the Audiocraft Podcast Festival 2018, and Penelope Benton and Coby Edgar ahead of 'The Art of Mentoring' - a conversation happening as part of Movers and Makers 2018. We were also joined by Nikki Liakos for her astrology segment which looked at Taurus season and how birth charts are helping investments in cryptocurrencies.

EP 68 ECOFEMINISM & THE MET GALA

This week we dissect all news (GRUSK) from the 2018 Met Gala, and the best looks disrupting the whiteness of Catholic art history. We also chat to Lupa J about MusicNSW's Women In Electronic Music Masterclasses happening on May 12 & 19 at 107 Projects. Plus, we hear from Astrida Neimanis, Jennifer Mae Hamilton and Betty Grumble about what feminism has to do with the environment ahead of their 'Hacking The Anthropocene! III' talks on May 18 at the University of Sydney.

EP 67 AMINATOU SOW

This episode we were joined by Aminatou Sow, who co-hosts weekly podcast Call Your Girlfriend and co-founded a women in tech group called Tech LadyMafia, ahead of her panels for the Sydney Writer's Festival: 'My Feminism Will Be Intersectional or it will be Bullshit' and 'Women in Tech: Okay Ladies, Now Let’s Get Information'. FBi Radio's resident astrology enthusiast Nikki Liakos joined us for her new astro segment, with all the latest updates on planetary movements, Mercury in Retrograde and why Kanye is a typical Gemini.

EP 66 COMPLIMENT CIRCLES & LONG-DISTANCE FRIENDSHIPS

Today was Agenda co-host Isabelle Hore-Thorburn's last show in the FBi Radio studio before moving overseas. We heard tips on maintaining long-distance friendships from friends of Agenda Ali Murphy-Oates and Jessica Bradford, plus some friendship love song dedications from Nadia Hernandez and our listeners. We were also joined by Maryam Azam, a member of Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement. We spoke to Maryam about her debut poetry collection, The Hijab Files, and the upcoming Women, Colour and Western Sydney panel for Sydney Writers' Festival.

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